Let Me Love You: Dina Hayek in love with music again
Singer Dina Hayek returned to her old and best-suited music genre: Romance! (Image: courtesy of arabicollection)
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She's been showering fans with folklore songs and staying away from romantic ones for some time now, but Lebanese singer Dina Hayek seems to have missed being all romantic and has come back with a new song titled “Itrukni Ahebbak” (Let Me Love you).
Dina said that it was time to change her style and return to the genre which made her popular in the first place. She knows that fans love hearing her sing everything-romantic, and after sampling a number of songs she decided that Let Me Love You is the perfect one to mark her return to the “romantic music” scene.
But don't think that she's singing about anyone she knows; Hayek said that the song reflects nothing about her real life, as she's single in reality, but that once she's met someone special she will be the first to announce it for everyone to hear.
Let Me Love You was written by Nicola Hayek, composed by Jad Al Qatreeb, distributed by Nicola Shibli and recorded under the supervision of Tony Haddad.
On her cooperation with young newcomer Jad Al Qatreeb on this song, Dina said: “Jad is a very talented young man and deserves to be given the chance to improve his abilities. Working with new and young musicians is a way for an artist to revive their career.”